In a perfect world, sure we'd all cooperate to achieve our Utopian goals. But in every group project I've seen, some people excel, or work hard, and some people expect to just let other lead, or do all the work. Competition, as long as it's not at the expense of others, as in your Monopoly example, doesn't have to be a negative, and in fact drives progress with incentives. But, you do have to control monopolistic behavior, which is something the U.S. has gotten away from since breaking up AT&T, and going after MS.
How about a link? There's no indication of the methodology, conclusions, etc. If the title is the conclusion, how did they determine that these individuals were not already cheaters? Is it because people who are more competitive tend to cheat more?
Thanks for the click bait
What is wrong with those rules ?
Only that it means that ~9.5 million people are unable to fly a drone in their own back yards. Pure bullshit.
...and avoid other aircraft.
Will the oppressive over-regulation never stop!?
So, does this prohibit a "Battle Bots" style drone contest?
I haven't read the article so I don't know if he's right....
Google her, and then decide.
Not trying to troll, but how much acreage does it take to get the equivalent output for a coal, nuke, or natural gas plant/wells? My knee-jerk guess is that it's a lot less, but I don't know.
A ToS change would almost certainly only apply to future versions/updates to the engine.
Oh? How about "We've decided we no longer wish to continue the service due to reorganization". Boom, there goes your app. What are you going to do - sue? Read the TOS. Once you get past the arbitration instead of law-suit clauses you'll see that they hold all the cards and you hold none. Yeah ok, you might save yourself a few weeks' of coding. In return for which you become their little bitch.
We can found no scientific discipline, nor a healthy profession on the technical mistakes of the Department of Defense and IBM. -- Edsger Dijkstra